Watching The Graham Norton Show has become a staple part of our Friday night routine. We love tuning in to see what guests have joined the Corkman on the sofa, but this week Graham will be absent from the show.
The presenter is currently in Tel Aviv for the Eurovision. He has swapped his Friday night slot for his annual commentating gig at the singing-contest, but fear not, he has enlisted the help of funnyman Jack Whitehall.
The British comedian will take the reigns whilst Graham is away. The League of Their Own panellist is set to welcome a string of stars this week.
Game of Thrones actress Gwendoline Christie will join Jack to talk about being part of one of the biggest TV shows in history.
Beauty and the Beast star Luke Evans will also be there to chat about his upcoming projects.
Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams and footballer Peter Crouch complete the line-up.
There will also be music from Sam Fender.
The Graham Norton Show airs at 10.35pm on BBC One on Friday, May 17.
Disney's remake of Beauty and the Beast is probably one of the most anticipated movies for this year.
And it seems that every few weeks we're getting small glimpses of what the flick will be like, which is making us more and more excited for its release.
The latest glimpse into the movie is meeting Luke Evans, who will play the handsome yet troublesome Gaston.
Pictures of the man in question made Twitter soar into a frenzy, with many describing how "hot" he is.
We're going to have to wait until March 17 to see him in action.
What stars did we get for you this week you ask? Well only your man from Fast and Furious Luke Evans and Amazing Spiderman 2’s Sarah Gadon. These two beauts have combined forces and taken on the lead roles in Dracula Untold and your Snapshot host Niamh Geaney met them on the red carpet for the chats. While there, she also got speaking to its Irish Director Gary Shore who directed this 100 million feature film, which also happens to be his first film ever. Now that’s impressive! We also caught up with Irish actor Diarmuid Murtagh who’s about to play the lead in a CBS minis series. All that and more!
Dracula Untold was screened by the Jameson Dublin Film Festival in aid of the St Francis Hospice in Raheny. JDIFF takes place from the 19th-29th of March 2015.
If you’ve missed any of this week’s shemazing segments, join us back here tomorrow for your catch-up!